I understand why the concept may sound good, but in practical application I-594 is presenting a number of problems to law-abiding gun owners and businesses in our state. Continue reading
Fifth District state Reps. Jay Rodne, R-Snoqualmie, and Chad Magendanz, R-Issaquah, are holding three town hall meetings, in Maple Valley, Issaquah and North Bend, on Saturday, March 14. Continue reading
A re-cap of the 28th District telephone town hall, and an invitation to take an online transportation survey. Continue reading
Rep. Buys’ bi-weekly email update, discussing the latest for the 2015 legislative session. Continue reading
Rep. Bob McCaslin, R-Spokane Valley, provides a legislative update from Olympia. Continue reading
Reps. Hans Zeiger and Melanie Stambaugh’s telephone town hall meeting on Thursday, March 12. The event begins at 6 p.m. and will last one hour.
Constituents can join the community conversation by calling 1-253-561-0087.
Join me for an upcoming series of town hall conversations to discuss the issues we are dealing with in Olympia, and those you are interested in. Click this link to learn more about these town hall events! Continue reading
After some light hazing, as is the custom in the Washington State House of Representatives when a freshman representative passes their first bill, Rep. Bob McCaslin, R-Spokane Valley, saw his first bill approved 98-0. Continue reading
Do you support a 12-cent increase in the state gas tax to help pay for transportation projects? I want to know. Please take a moment to participate in my online survey. Continue reading
“Today’s actions by the House prove once again that freedom and liberty are not partisan issues,” said Taylor. “When we work together we can do great things for Washington citizens.” Continue reading
44th District transportation survey; update on consumer data privacy bills. Continue reading
Rep. Luanne Van Werven saw her first prime-sponsored bill pass the House of Representatives on Tuesday.
House Bill 1806 would make some technical changes to election laws.
Rep. Jesse Young will host a telephone town hall on Monday, March 9 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. He invites all 26th Legislative District residents to join him for an hour-long telephone town hall to discuss state legislative issues. Continue reading
A bill sponsored by Rep. Jesse Young passed unanimously in the House this week. House Bill 1622 will now move to the Senate for further consideration. Continue reading
Rep. Matt Manweller, Legislative Update, March 2, 2015
Discusses three bills heading to the House floor for consideration – surcharge on Gorge tickets, Royal Slope legislation, and changing the achievement index rating system. He also comments on the revenue forecast and the resolution for the slowdown at the West Coast ports. Continue reading
Majority Democrats in the Washington State House of Representatives approved a minimum wage increase of 12-dollars-an-hour, while Republicans, including State Rep. Drew MacEwen, warned the proposal would hurt jobs. Continue reading
The State House of Representatives voted along party lines Tuesday to increase the Washington’s minimum wage to 12-dollars-per hour over four years. Republicans who voted against the measure, including State Rep. Matt Manweller, warned it could hurt economic opportunity. Continue reading
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 3, 2015 CONTACT: John Sattgast, Senior Information Officer/Broadcast Coordinator – (360) 786-7257 House approves Rep. Norm Johnson’s bill to expand ‘College in the High School’ program Continue reading
Those of you who know me well know that everything I do in Olympia – every decision I make – is focused on less government, less taxes and more freedom. I come from a region known for producing hard working, self sufficient lovers of liberty. Continue reading